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3:35 PM ET, July 6, 2012

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Jeremy W. Peters / New York Times:
Journal Critique of Romney Shows Murdoch Doubt on Candidacy  —  To hear Rupert Murdoch tell it lately, Mitt Romney lacks stomach and heart.  He “seems to play everything safe.”  And he is not nearly as tough as he needs to be on President Obama.  —  Mr. Murdoch's thoughts on the Republican presidential candidate's prospects?
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Jeff Bercovici / Forbes Real Time:
News Corp. After the Split: Bright Outlook for WSJ; The NY Post, Not So Much  —  Employees of The Wall Street Journal, the New York Post and other News Corp.-owned newspapers are feeling nervous over the prospect of being severed from the parts of the media conglomerate responsible for the vast majority of its profits.
Jessica Culshaw / BBC:
BBC warns of ‘unprecedented threat’ to independent news  —  The BBC has today warned of an ‘unprecedented global threat to impartial and independent news’ and called on relevant authorities worldwide to protect the rights of journalists to report freely.  —  The call follows news …
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Sarah Marshall / Journalism.co.uk:
BBC global news chief on trust: ‘If they believe us, they will share it’
Discussion: bbc.co.uk
Alex Wilhelm / The Next Web:
Huge: Reddit's largest subsections command more than 100 million monthly impressions  —  Yes, Reddit is big, but did you know how big?  As it turns out, the social links and news site is likely larger than you imagined.  Released today is a pile of traffic data from several of the sites largest ‘subreddits,’ or subsections.
Discussion: Daily Dot and WebProNews
Yinka Adegoke / Reuters:
Levinsohn likely next Yahoo CEO, Hulu's Kilar drops out  —  (Reuters) - The race to become Yahoo Inc's next chief executive appears to have come down to two candidates: current interim CEO Ross Levinsohn and Hulu CEO Jason Kilar.  —  According to two sources with knowledge of the situation …
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Kara Swisher / AllThingsD:
Yahoo CEO Search in Final Stages, With Levinsohn and Kilar in Lead
Vanity Fair:
The Late Marie Colvin: “I Feel Like I Am the Last Reporter in the YouTube World”  —  “My darling, I have come back in to Baba Amr, the besieged neighbourhood of Homs, and am now freezing in my hovel with no windows.  I just thought, I cannot cover the modern day Srebrenica from the suburbs …
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
The future of media and forcing new content into old models  —  We've seen a ton of digital ink spilled over the implications of media startup Journatic faking bylines for some of its content, including a post from me at about the underlying economics that have forced newspapers …
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
NI pays £30m to end Johnston printing contract  —  Sun publisher denies decision to bring printing in-house is due to falling sales and News of the World closure  —  News International has paid £30m to terminate its printing contract with Johnston Press, with speculation …
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Why links matter: Linking is the life-blood of the web  —  Every so often, a controversy erupts over something that seems relatively simple: Namely, the concept of linking to (and thereby giving credit to) the source of a news report.  In one of the most recent examples, Instapaper founder Marco Arment …
Discussion: AllThingsD and Macworld
Martin Bryant / The Next Web:
The BBC unveils its first ‘Perceptive Media’ experiment - and you can try it now  —  The BBC's R&D department has just demoed the first public example of what it calls ‘Perceptive Media’, and has published it online so you can try it for yourself.  —  What is Perceptive Media?
Kelly Clay / Ebyline Blog:
AP Social Media Editor Eric Carvin on Twitter Policies and More  —  During the past year, the AP has made three rounds of sweeping changes to its social media policy that impacts AP Staff.  Ebyline recently had a chance to talk with the AP's social media editor, Eric Carvin (@EricCarvin) …
Reuters:
Mexican court passes Slim TV bid to next government  —  (Reuters) - A court on Thursday denied billionaire Carlos Slim's bid to enter the lucrative television market, handing Mexico's new president the task of opening up the country's most powerful companies to more competition.
MG Siegler:
“MG Siegler can't be trusted.”  —  Do you want an overview of the current state of the tech blogosphere?  Click the link above.  —  I mean, that's seriously a story.  A full story.  On a site that purports to report about technology.  (And congratulations: your click will undoubtedly lead to other stories just like it!)
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Adrianne Jeffries / Betabeat:
Unreliable Narrators!  TechCrunch Blogger Inserted ‘Random Information (Sometimes Even False)’ Into Posts
Discussion: Poynter
 
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Will News Corp. Split Encourage Time Warner to Spin Off Magazines?
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U-T San Diego runs old story on today's front page
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The Maynard Institute for Journalism Education:
Clarence Page: “My Job Is Safe for Now”
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Fired KC Star reporter sues, says using press releases isn't plagiarism
 

 
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